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  • The two terms that come to mind when I think of "--arians" and "--arianism" are Presbyterians/Presbyterianism which I realize has a slightly different suffix and Unitarian/Unitarianism.

    The Speculist: October 2005 Archives

  • There would also arise those who for various reasons took a position that has come to be known as "semi-arianism" - the description of Jesus Christ as being "of like" or "similar" essence to God the Father.

    WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

  • I take it that he means that there will be refugees from the constant retrogression into gnostic sabellianism or neo-arianism, and they will naturally find their way into more traditional communities.

    Second Terrace

  • Given recent years’ rebranding of “libert “arianism as simple constitutional originalism, and the record of the restricted reading of the federalisation of civil rights by the Fourteenth Amendment, I think it fair to associate the strain with restricted power for the Federal government to trump local governmental discrimination.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bruce Bartlett’s Attack on Libertarianism

  • Given recent years’ rebranding of “libert“arianism as simple constitutional originalism, and the record of the restricted reading of the federalisation of civil rights by the Fourteenth Amendment, I think it fair to associate the strain with restricted power for the Federal government to trump local governmental discrimination.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Bruce Bartlett’s Attack on Libertarianism

  • The problem, of course, is that some things are already declared heresy — modalism, arianism, marcionism, antinomianism, pelagianism, etc. — and it’s right to say that people who go there are, frankly, out of bounds.

    The word heresy should go the way of burnings at the stake. - 22 Words

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